You’ll want to upgrade your phone and other device today.
That’s because there are more and more security vulnerabilities in devices and apps, according to security firm Trend Micro.
Trend Micro, which tracks smartphone security trends, said this week that more than 40 percent of Android phones were susceptible to malicious code injection attacks.
This is a big deal, because it means that attackers can hijack a victim’s phone to take control of it, allowing them to gain access to data, view social networking sites and send messages.
The attacks are a big reason why more people have lost their phones and tablets than ever before.
Trend said that most attacks were against smartphones, with about a quarter of devices being attacked in 2016.
The majority of these attacks were aimed at rooting phones, but other attacks could be launched against other apps and data.
If you’re on an Android device, you probably have a few of these vulnerable apps or devices in your pocket.
We’ve compiled a list of the most common vulnerabilities and how to fix them.